brock athletics

Age 10 is the key. If a girl doesn’t participate in sport by age 10 there is only a 10% chance she’ll be physically active at age 25.

Please consider this calendar a general outline. Always double check with coaches to confirm practice times. Changes can come up unexpectedly.

Thanks for your understanding, Ms. Samuel

update nov. 8

Sections updated: intramurals, team news

Our late fall sports teams are up and running. The Jr. Girls basketball team is practicing hard for their tournaments coming up. The intermediate boys volleyball team is working hard to be ready for their tournament on Nov. 21. Our new lunch time intramural basketball league started last week. Find all the details under the intramural tab.

I'm so happy to see our students joining all kinds of different sports! Even if you don't think you're very good, come out and learn! Now is the time to learn the fundamentals and lay a foundation for a fun future in athletics.

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update oct. 25

Sections updated: home page

Our cross country and soccer seasons wrapped up in fine form this week!

Emerson and Robbie performed very well at the City Finals meet on Thursday. They ran hard, fast and with strength. We are so happy they both had great races!

Our junior girls soccer team played in a tournament on Friday. They played with courage and determination. They learned a lot about the game had loads of fun!

Our intermediate girls soccer team had a playoff game on Monday. They played a really strong game against Earl Haig but they lost 1-0. It was such a close game! They had some great chances to tie it up but just couldn't get that ball in the net! We are really proud of the way they played as a team. Way to go girls!

The next teams we can look forward to for grade 4-8 students are girls basketball and boys volleyball. Stay tuned to the morning announcements for practice details.

We are really looking forward to a strong season full of action!

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update oct. 25

Sections updated: home page

Our cross country and soccer seasons wrapped up in fine form this week!

Emerson and Robbie performed very well at the City Finals meet on Thursday. They ran hard, fast and with strength. We are so happy they both had great races!

Our junior girls soccer team played in a tournament on Friday. They played with courage and determination. They learned a lot about the game had loads of fun!

Our intermediate girls soccer team had a playoff game on Monday. They played a really strong game against Earl Haig but they lost 1-0. It was such a close game! They had some great chances to tie it up but just couldn't get that ball in the net! We are really proud of the way they played as a team. Way to go girls!

The next teams we can look forward to for grade 4-8 students are girls basketball and boys volleyball. Stay tuned to the morning announcements for practice details.

We are really looking forward to a strong season full of action!

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update oct. 18

Sections updated: team news, intramurals, TDESAA Sports

We've had a very busy week of sports here at Brock. Our cross country runners were racing and our soccer teams were playing. As the fall seasons begin to wrap up we are getting ready for the late fall sports. Fasten your seat belts for grade 4-8 girls' basketball and boys' volleyball! Listen to the morning announcements for more details from your coaches.

update oct. 7

Sections updated: team news

Wow! What an amazing day we had on OCT. 3 at Ashbridges Bay for our cross country meet. The weather was windy, wet and wild, as were our runners! We had a very successful day, with over 12 athletes advancing to the conference final on OCT. 17 @Ashbridges Bay. We are so proud of all our young runners. A special thank you must go to all the families who volunteered to marshal the course, to drive, to supervise and to transport and set up the school canopy. An event this big needs many hands. I feel very lucky to teach in a school where so many hands are willing to help.

update oct. 1

Please see the teams tab for special information about our cross country meet on Thursday, Oct. 3.

Go Brock Go!!!

update sept. 27

Sections updated: team news

We had a great week of practices and activity! Our cross country runners are nearly ready for their race day on OCT. 3. Our soccer players are getting their skills sharpened up in preparation for their tournaments in October.

We had a fantastic Terry Fox Run today! Ms. B reported that we surpassed our goal and raised over $1600!! Well done Brock! Our entire school took to the track today and remained active all afternoon! We are so proud of everyone.

Have a great weekend. Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update Sept. 24

Sections updated: team news, documents and forms

Our school is buzzing with sports activity all day long! We've got cross country before school and soccer after school. Remember to hand in the green "full year try out and participation" form at your first practice. Copies are on the table outside of the gym or in the "documents and forms" section of this web site.

Our Terry Fox run is on Friday, Sept 27 in the afternoon. Come out and run with us! Don't forget to make a donation if you can. We hope to raise $1000. Your support is much appreciated! Online donations can be made on our Team Fundraising School Page.

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update sept. 13

Sections updated: team news

Our cross country season is up and "running!" Our practices are listed on the calendar. Please make sure you check the weather. If it's raining cats and dogs practice is cancelled. If it's only raining a little bit, we will run!

Soccer tryouts/practices will begin on Tuesday after school. Please listen to daily announcements in school for more details from Ms. Moreiro. This team is for grades 4-8.

I encourage all students to get involved and get active!

Stay strong and stay happy, Ms. Samuel

Season Opener-Update Sept 8

Sections updated: team news, documents and forms.

Welcome back! We are very excited for another year of athletics at Brock! We encourage all students to get involved and participate in some sports. Being part of a team is an amazing feeling. Join in, sign up and play!

Our cross country running season is already underway. Please see the team news section for details about practices times and meet dates.

Let's get active and get strong!

Ms. Samuel

final update-June 27

Sections updated: team news

Well that's a wrap on an awesome year of athletics! It's time to put The Golden Shoe Award away until the fall.

Thanks to our amazing teachers and parents we were able to offer an incredible number of teams and events for our students. This year we offered:

  • grades 1-8 cross country
  • junior boys soccer
  • junior girls soccer
  • intermediate boys soccer
  • intermediate girls soccer
  • junior boys basketball
  • junior girls basketball
  • intermediate boys basketball
  • intermediate girls basketball
  • junior ice hockey
  • junior boys volleyball
  • junior girls volleyball
  • intermediate girls volleyball
  • grade 8 co-ed volleyball
  • junior boys slo-pitch
  • junior girls slo-pitch
  • intermediate boys slo-pitch
  • intermediate girls slo-pitch
  • junior co-ed ultimate frisbee
  • intermediate co-ed ultimate frisbee
  • grades 4-8 track and field
  • grades 2/3 run, jump, throw
  • grades 1-8 intramurals and open gym time

I'm so proud of all our students who signed up and joined a team or an intramural. Being part of our school athletics program is a great way to get involved. I hope that next year we can continue to grow our programs even more.

To get ready, why not start thinking about cross country season? Try going for a 10-15 minute run two or three times a week over the summer. Practices begin right away! On Thursday, September 5 we will meet at 7:45am in the gym to go for a run. I can't wait!

Until then, have a safe and active summer.

Be smart and be strong,

Ms. Samuel

update may 21

Sections updated: main page

Please see the schedule and driving plan for our track meet on June 3 @Birchmount Stadium (5 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, ON M1N 3J). Track practices continue until May 31--Running: Mon, Tues, Thurs mornings 7:45, Jumping: Tues, Thurs, Fri 11:55.

Stay focused and stay strong! Ms. Samuel

June 3 Conference Final Schedule and Driving Plan. (two pages)

2019 June 3 Track and Field schedule and driving plan.pdf

update may 17

Sections updated: Team News

The results are in! Our track team did very well! Check out the team news section for complete details. We have 15 students advancing to the conference final on June 3 @Birchmount stadium. We will continue with practices as usual until May 31.

Our junior ultimate frisbee team had a great tournament on Tuesday. We played better than we ever have before. Although we lost and do no advance to the playoffs, I'm very excited for the future of ultimate frisbee at Brock. Our kids are just going to get better and better every year!

Our slo-pitch teams have their games next week. Intermediate boys on Tuesday @ Annette and the intermediate girls on Wednesday @Queen Vic.

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

UPDATE MAY 10

Sections updated: Team News

It has taken me a week to dry out! The track meet last Friday at Varsity Stadium was a wet and wild time! We ran, jumped and threw in the rain and cold. And we were awesome!! Many of our athletes achieved personal bests! Our official results are not out yet, but we know for sure that at least 5 athletes advanced to the conference final on June 3 @Birchmount. Stay tuned for results soon.

Our ultimate frisbee teams are hammering along. The junior team has their tournament on Tuesday, May 14 @Givins Shaw. We will play from approximately 8:30-1:00 . The date for the intermediate team is still TBD.

Our slo-pitch teams are practicing very hard! Their tournament dates are:

7/8 Boys-May 21 7/8 Girls-May 22

Jr. Boys-TBD Jr. Girls-June 10

This is it! We are in the final stages of our sports for the year. I am so excited to watch our students show their new and improved skills as they compete around the city.

Stay strong and stay active, Ms. Samuel

track and field update-May 1

Our big day is on Friday! Please see the attached travel plan and meet schedule. Please be aware that events can run up to 30 minutes ahead of schedule. It's been my experience that things usually run late, but we need to be prepared.

Please be at school 15 minutes prior to your departure time to organize jerseys and take attendance. We will travel by subway from Dufferin station to St. George station. Varsity Stadium is at Bedford and Bloor. Please dress for the weather. There is very little shelter at the track and it can often be very windy and cold. The meet runs RAIN or SHINE!

I'm so proud of our athletes. They have trained hard through very difficult weather conditions all season. I can't wait to watch them fly on Friday. If you are in the area, drop by and cheer us on!

Go Brock Go!!

Track & Field Travel Plan & Meet Schedule

May 3, 2019

2019 Travel Plan-May 3 Varsity Stadium.pdf

update apr. 26

Sections Updated: Team News, Documents and Forms

Our track team is almost set! We've trained very hard and are in the final stages of choosing events. We will finalize our team selection on Monday, April 29.

Our junior ultimate frisbee team began practicing on Friday. We had a great turn out! Practices will continue Thursday and Fridays 3:30-4:30. If the weather is very wet, we will practice in the gym.

Our slo-pitch teams are in full "swing". Practices continue Mondays and Tuesdays 3:3-5:00.

I'm really excited to watch our students participate in all our amazing spring sports.

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update apr. 12

Sections Updated: Team News

Track and Field practices are in full swing. Our runners are doing a great job of putting up with Mother Nature's cold and windy mornings. Hopefully, she will be kinder to us next week.

Slo-Pitch practices have begun! It's great to see so many kids playing catch a recess and lunchtime. Let's keep up the momentum!

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update apr. 5

Sections Updated: Team News

Alright, alright, alright! Our spring sports have sprung into action! This week we started track and field training. Next week slo-pitch practices begin.

If you haven't signed up for a team yet this year, now is the time! Track, slo-pitch and ultimage frisbee are going to be awesome. You don't want to miss out!

Sign up, join in, play!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update mar. 29

Sections Updated: Team News, Documents and Forms

We've wrapped up our boys' basketball seasons. Congratulations to our intermediate who played very well in a 3-on-3 tournament this week. Thanks a million to their coach, Mr. Clement for inspiring them and preparing them for the day.

Our spring sports are ready to spring into action! Track and field practices begin on Monday, April 1 at 7:45 (this is not an April Fool's joke!) Please meet at 7:45 and be ready to run. Mornings can be chilly, please come prepared. Complete practice details can be found in the team news section. Slo-pitch practices will begin in mid-April. Stay tuned for more information soon.

Enjoy the warm weather and have some fun!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update Mar.8

Sections Updated: Team News

We've had a busy season of basketball here at Brock. Our grade 8 team set a great example for our younger students. Our grade 6 boys team played a great tournament on Thursday. They played with courage, determination and skill. Their coach, Mr. Hong was very proud of them! Way to go boys!

The next teams available for our early spring season are junior co-ed volleyball and grade 8 co-ed volleyball. After that we start training for track and field and then begin slo-pitch and ultimate frisbee!

I hope you all enjoy the March break with your family and friends. Remember to stay active and have fun! When we return it's full speed ahead into the warm, sunny days of spring.

Savouring the last bits of winter, Ms. Samuel

update feb. 15

Sections Updated: Intramurals

Our intermediate girls volleyball team played very well in their tournament last week. Although they lost, they played with heart and improved with every set! Way to go girls. Our intermediate boys basketball team also had their tournament last week. They played three strong games. Although they didn't advance to the playoff round, they played as a team and supported each other very well. We are very proud of our older athletes. They are setting a good example of sportsmanship, positivity and participation for our younger students. Keep up the great work!

Have a wonderful long weekend. I hope it's filled with lots of action packed fun!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update feb. 5

Sections Updated: Team News, Intramurals

Our ice hockey team finished their season this week. We played very well and improved by leaps and bounds! I'm so proud of all our young players who wholeheartedly embraced the game ! We finished with our best record in a long time- 1 win, 2 losses, 1 tie!

Our volleyball and basketball teams have been practicing hard for their upcoming tournaments! Our junior volleyball team has even played some exhibition games! If you'd like to watch a game, please check the calendar and come out!

The grade 3/4 Pokemon Floor Hockey season is underway! We've had some thrilling games so far. Check the team lists and schedule posted in the "Intramurals" tab.

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update jan. 18

Sections Updated: Team News

Our teams are in full swing! The gym is full of the wonderful sounds of basketballs bouncing, whistles blowing and volleyballs bumping. It's music to my ears.

Next week we will begin sign up for grade 3-4 Pokemon Floor Hockey! Sign up will take place during PE classes.

Stay active and stay strong! Ms. Samuel

update jan. 11

Sections Updated: Team News, Documents and Forms

Happy New Year! Welcome back!

We have a great season ahead for our students. Our awesome teachers are offering the following sports:

Junior Ice Hockey (Ms. Samuel)

Junior Boys' basketball (Mr. Hong)

Intermediate Boys' basketball (Mr. Clement)

Junior Girls' volleyball (Ms. Lamovsek, Ms. Fischer and Ms. Kortje)

Intermediate Girls' volleyball (Ms. Lamovsek, Ms. Fischer and Ms. Kortje)

Join in! Sign up! Take a deep breath and play!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update Dec. 21

Sections Updated: Team News

Harry Potter soccer wrapped up today with a fantastic game full of action and teamwork! The Hufflepuffs were really huffing and puffing after their hard game! Way to go. Thank you very much to all our young players who signed up to play. And a huge thank you to our grade 5/6 helpers for being referees, timekeepers and coaches.

The next teams starting in January will be:

-Junior Ice Hockey

-Junior Boys' basketball (Mr. Hong)

-Intermediate Boys' basketball (Mr. Clement)

-Junior Girls' volleyball (Ms. Lamovsek, Ms. Fischer and Ms. Kortje)

-Intermediate Girls' volleyball (Ms. Lamovsek, Ms. Fischer and Ms. Kortje)

Ice Hockey Update

It is with a heavy heart that I announce there will be no grade 7/8 ice hockey team this year. No other schools signed up to play division 3, so there is no league for us. If you’d like to keep the hockey gear for the season and use it on your own, please do. I encourage everyone to get out to your local rinks or find new rinks and savour the winter.


On a personal note, I'd like to thank all of our families for their generosity and kindness this festive season. I'm truly overwhelmed. Thank you.

Have a safe and active holiday. See you in the new year!

Stay strong and stay smart, Ms. Samuel

update dec. 14

Now that the concerts are complete, we can resume Harry Potter soccer for our grade 1 and 2 students. We will play every day at lunch time. Don't forget to wear your team colours! See the intramural page for the team lists and schedule.

Let's play! Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update dec. 5

Harry Potter soccer starts tomorrow, Dec. 6!! Please see the intramurals tab for team lists and schedule.

update dec. 3

Sections updated: team news, intramurals, documents & forms.

Wow! Thanks for taking all of the free ice hockey equipment! I'm so glad that lots of kids will have a chance to be out on the ice this year! As of this morning, there was only 1 set of equipment left! Please remember to use the gear wisely and safely.

Our boys' volleyball team wrapped up their season last week. They played 4 great games-against Niagara, Dewson and Pauline. We are so happy to build a solid foundation for the years to come. Although we only won 1 set, we improved our skills immensely! A huge thanks must go to Ms. Lamovsek for teaching our boys the basics of volleyball and developing a love for the game.

Our girls' basketball teams continue to practice for their tournaments this week. We wish them good luck on Tuesday and Thursday!

We are getting ready for the new teams starting in January! Keep your eyes and ears open for girls volleyball, boys basketball and ice hockey news!

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update nov. 20

Sections updated: team news, intramurals, documents & forms.

Free ice hockey equipment!

We have been given a donation of a different style of ice hockey equipment. It's a one- piece system that I think would be best suited for younger players, approximately 8-12 years old. The system includes, shin pads, shoulder pads, elbow pads and jock (not a jill). A few kits include hockey pants. The kits do not include skates, neck guard, helmet, hockey socks, jersey or stick. The sets will be available on a first come first served basis outside the gym on Thursday, November 20 after school. Please understand that the school assumes no responsibility or liability with regards to use of the gear. Please enjoy the equipment safely and responsibly.

update nov. 9

Sections updated: Team News and Intramurals

Practice, practice, practice! This week was filled with practices of all sorts! The junior boys volleyball team started bumping, the junior girls basketball team started dribbling and the intermediate girls basketball team started shooting! We are looking working hard to sharpen our skills in anticipation of our upcoming tournaments and games!

Stay active and stay strong, Ms. Samuel

update nov. 2

Sections updated: Team News and Intramurals

What's up next at Brock? Junior boys volleyball will start on Monday after school. Practices will be Mondays and Tuesdays 3:30-4:30. This team is a development team and will play some exhibition games with schools in our neighbourhood. Stay tuned to this web site for more details as they become available. Ms. Lamovsek and Ms. Samuel will be coaching this energetic team.

Our intermediate girls will be starting basketball next week. They will practice on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:45-8:45. We will have a tournament in late November or early December. Location and exact date are not known yet. Mr. Clement and Ms. Samuel will be coaching this awesome team.

Our Fantastic 5-6 Floor Hockey is back in action this week. Check the intramurals tab for team lists and game days. Don't forget to wear your team colours!

Have a safe and active weekend, Ms. Samuel

update Oct. 26

Yesterday Emerson went to the city finals to represent Brock! She was amazing. She ran hard and persevered through a very tough race. We are so proud of her! Way to go Emerson.

Our intermediate girls' soccer team had some great practices this week in preparation for their tournament on Tuesday. We wish them good luck!

Our junior and intermediate girls' basketball teams will be starting soon. We will also start a junior boys' volleyball team. This team will be a learn to play team. We will have a few exhibition games with schools in our area and learn to play some volleyball! Stay tuned to this web site and the morning announcements (you'll need to be at school on time to hear them!) for more details.

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update Oct. 18

What a week of athletics! We started off with a rainy, cold day for our cross country runners. Our six brave souls hit the sand at Ashbridges Bay on Monday morning for the South Conference Finals and managed to shine, in spite of the weather. Congratulations on their great results:

Aimi 79, Quinn W 45, Emerson 9, Gage 73, Lillian 64, Jonathan 46

Emerson's amazing finish qualifies her for the City Finals on OCT. 25. Good luck Emerson!

Our junior girls' soccer team had a great day of skills and a mini tournament on Wednesday. They won all of their games and finished in first place! And, most importantly, I think they all learned a lot and had some fun!

Our Fantastic Grade 5-6 Floor Hockey league is up and running. More details are posted under the intramurals tab. Our next teams are getting ready to begin. Get set for junior boys volleyball, junior and intermediate girls basketball!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update oct. 12

What a busy few days we've had! Congratulations to our boys soccer teams. The junior boys played a great tournament on October 1. They played with courage and determination. Unofficially, they finished third in their pool. Well done boys! Our intermediate soccer team played an excellent tournament on Oct. 9. They finished the tournament 1-1-1. So, they also finish third in their pool. Neither team advance to the playoffs, but Ms. Morerio says they show great promise for the years to come. We are building a solid foundation for the future! Please note the changes in the girls tournament dates:

Junior girls' (gr. 4-6) OCT. 17, location TBD

Intermediate girls' (gr. 7/8) OCT. 26 @Parkdale Collegiate

On Monday, OCT. 15 our 6 awesome runners go back to Ashbridges Bay for the South Conference Final cross country meet. Please wish Aimi, Quinn W., Emerson, Gage, Lillian and Jonathan good luck! For grade 3's their season ends on Monday. For grades 4-8 they have a chance to advance to the city finals on OCT. 25 @Centennial Park. The top 20 individuals who are not part of the top 3 teams will advance. Good luck runners!!

Our grade 5-6 floor hockey intramurals will begin on Tuesday. We will play Tues and Thurs at lunch. Please sign up with some friends on the sheet outside of the gym.

Our athletics are tickin' along and our students are gettin' strong!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update oct. 4

Wow! We had an amazing day at Ashbridges Bay yesterday. The rain held off and the temperature was perfect for running. Our team of 68 runners was fantastic. Everyone soared to new personal bests, some even surprising themselves! Way to go!

Cross Country practices continue! The next practices (Tues, Thurs and Fri) are open to all runners who would like to maintain their fitness, have a workout and stay in shape. Meet in the gym at 7:45. We will need lots of teammates to help prepare our athletes for very challenging next round!

Our soccer teams are in full swing! We have three more tournaments to look forward to:

Intermediate boys (gr.7/8) OCT. 9

Intermediate girls' (gr. 7/8) OCT. 15 @Parkdale Collegiate

Junior girls' (gr. 4-6) OCT. 17 @Central Tech.

We are so proud of all our young athletes. They are doing a great job representing Brock! We've had lots of people compliment us on how polite, happy and kind our students have been! Keep up the awesome work. I feel like the luckiest teacher in the world.

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update Sept. 28

The excitement is building for our cross country meet on Oct. 3! New information is in the Team News section of the web site.

Our soccer players have been working really hard to prepare for their tournaments. More information is in the Team News section of the web site.

The athletics programs are in full stride and zooming along! Stay up to date, stay involved and stay strong!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

update sept. 20

Our cross country training is going very well! Our runners are getting stronger every week. We should be ready for race day on Oct. 3 @Ashbridges Bay. Lots of new information is posted in the Team News section of the web site.

Our soccer teams are practicing hard after school! Ms. Moreiro and Ms. Givelos are anxiously awaiting confirmation of the tournament dates. As soon as we know the dates, we will post them here.

Grade 5-6 students can look forward to lunchtime intramural's beginning next week. Stay tuned to the morning announcements for details!

We've had another great week of athletics at Brock. Let's keep up the great work!

Actively yours,

Ms. Samuel

update sept. 13

Our cross country race date has been set for OCT. 3 @Ashbridges Bay. If you would like to see the course, there are a few opportunities available for you:

    1. A fellow PE teacher, Mr. Semes from Williamson Road, will be available at 4:30 pm on Monday September 17th and Monday September 24th for course tours. Students must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the tour. Please meet him at Pantry Park.
    2. I will be hosting an optional practice on Saturday, September 22, @Ashbridges Bay. We will practice sand starts and then run/walk the course together. If you can make it, please join me! We will meet at the Woodbine Bathing Station at 10:00. Students must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the tour. If you can't make to one of the tours, please see the links to the course maps in the Team News section of the web site and try to check it out when you can.


New** Full Year Tryout and Participation form*

This year we have one form to cover tryouts for all sports teams (except Cross Country and Ice Hockey). If your child hasn't already taken one please find a copy in the Documents and Forms section.


Parents are welcome to run with us, or help with supervision during weekly cross country practices. It's a big help for the coaches, and it's great for your kids to see you being active, and running is fun!

Let's keep the momentum strong!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

welcome back!

Welcome back to the action packed world of Brock school!

This season of athletics is shaping up to be fantastic.

First up, we have Cross Country running for grades 1-8. Forms have been given out and practices have started! If you didn't get a form, or yours melted in the heat last week, just go to the Documents and Forms tab, print another one, read it, sign it and then give it to Ms. Samuel. More details are posted in the Team News Tab.

Soccer will be starting up in the next few weeks. Ms. Moreiro and Ms. Givelos have volunteered to coach all four teams again this year:

Junior. Girls (gr. 4-6) and Junior Boys (gr. 4-6)

Intermediate Girls (gr. 7-8) and Intermediate Boys (gr. 7-8).


Intramurals will be launching at lunch time in the next week or so!

Stay tuned to this web site for more updates and information. I will try to update the site once a week. I can't wait to watch our students join in, sign up and participate in all of our amazing teams and clubs.

Alright September, here we go!

Actively yours, Ms. Samuel

older posts from 2017-18

and that's a wrap!

What a great year we've had! We've offered our students so many amazing opportunities to participate. Our younger students had chances to participate in our lunch time intramurals and our Run, Jump Throw event. And our older students were offered the world!

Our teachers and coaches are the most dedicated around! Thanks to them, this year we offered 24 amazing teams!!:

  • Cross Country (Gr. 1-8)
  • Soccer (Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, Int. Boys, Int. Girls)
  • Basketball (Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, Int. Boys, Int. Girls)
  • Volleyball (Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, Int. Boys, Int. Girls)
  • Ice Hockey (Jr. and Int. Co-Ed teams)
  • Co-Ed Volleyball (Gr. 8)
  • Slo-Pitch (Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, Int. Boys, Int. Girls)
  • Ultimate Frisbee (Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, Int. Boys, Int. Girls)
  • Track and Field (Gr 4-8)

Our athletics program is strong and only getting stronger, just like our students!

This summer, stay active and stay strong.

Actively Yours, Ms. Samuel

grade 2/3 run, jump, throw event-june 14 @ central tech.

We had an amazing day of fun at our second annual Run, Jump, Throw event at Central Tech. We paired with Niagara school and Shirley school to put on a "meet" style event that focused on fundamental movement skills needed for track and field. We had 12 station set up around the jumping pits, field and the track. We had pool noodle javelin, modified triple jump, sprints, mini-hurdles, running long jump, and many more. We had a great day of athletics and fun! A special thank you goes out the parents who volunteered and the grade 7 students who lead the stations! Way to go everyone!

If all goes well, and the opportunity presents itself again next year, we will hope to continue to offer this event for our grade 2/3 students again!

Actively yours,

Ms. Samuel